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General Knowledge Quiz for Saturday, 27 January 2024

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1

In Australia, what name is given to two different kinds of crustacean: a type of crayfish and a type of shrimp?

A
Gabby
B
Yabby
C
Flabby
D
Daggy
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2

Which of these films was set in in World War II ?

A
I Was Monty's Double
B
The Quiet American
C
The Ugly American
D
Coming Home
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3

If a Greek person calls "Eureka" what are they saying?

A
Out of the way
B
No brakes!!
C
I have found it
D
I am dripping on your shoes
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4

Three racing trophies were established in the 20th century by James Gordon Bennett, Jr, for automobiles, aeroplanes and which other?

A
Yachts
B
Bicycles
C
Balloons
D
Dog sleds
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5

Which of these came to the English throne as a result of The "Glorious Revolution" that occurred in Britain in 1688?

A
James II
B
Mary I and Philip
C
William III and Mary II
D
Anne
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6

After the STASI, together with its foreign-intelligence service HVA, was dissolved in December 1989 what became the final home of the vast remnants of its even vaster records?

A
The Stasi Records Agency
B
Das Bundesarchiv (German Federal Archives)
C
Deutsche National Bibliothek (German National Library)
D
The Stasi Museum
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7

The four highest elevation capital cities in the world are in which area?

A
North America
B
Africa
C
Asia
D
South America
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